Invisalign Cost Michigan: How much does Invisalign cost

Invisalign treatment is offered at Pinnacle Dental Group and the cost will be based on the severity of your case. Generally, Invisalign treatment can range from $3,500-$8,000, without factoring in dental insurance. However, every patient is different and therefore pricing may vary. The best way to determine the cost of your Invisalign treatment is to schedule a consultation with our skilled dentists. In addition to the cost of Invisalign treatment, you will also need to factor in the cost of retainers, which are required to maintain your new smile.

At Pinnacle Dental Group, we offer a variety of payment options to make Invisalign treatment affordable for everyone. We accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards. We also offer financing options.

To learn more about Invisalign cost or to schedule a consultation at our Monroe dental office, please contact us today.

Where To Get Invisalign Treatment: Dentist and Orthodontist

There are  two types of dental professionals who are trained to provide Invisalign treatment – dentists and orthodontists. Both are qualified to provide Invisalign treatment. 

You can be sure to get the best possible care during your Invisalign treatment by one of our orthodontic specialists at Pinnacle Dental Group. Our board-certified dentists and orthodontists have years of experience providing Invisalign treatment, and can help you get the best results from your treatment.

If you are considering Invisalign treatment, we invite you to contact us today to schedule a consultation. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you determine if Invisalign is right for you.

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Factors That Affect Cost of Invisalign Treatment

The cost of Invisalign treatment is affected by the following factors :

The severity of your misalignment

The more complex your orthodontic problem, the longer it will take to correct and the more expensive it will be. So you should expect a higher cost for  Invisalign if you have a more severe case of malocclusion, which is a severe case of overbite or underbite.

The length of your treatment

Invisalign treatment typically takes about 12 months for adults, although it may be shorter or longer depending on the individual case. Treatment for teens generally takes about 9 to 18 months. The length of your treatment will affect the cost because of the number of aligners that are included.

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The number of aligners required

You will need to wear a new set of aligners every two weeks. The number of sets you will need will depend on the severity of your misalignment. A typical  case will require between 18 and 30 sets of aligners. The more sets you need, the higher the cost.

The number of office visits required

You will need to visit the dentist or orthodontist every four to eight weeks so they can check your progress and give you new aligners. The number of visits will depend on how quickly your teeth are moving. If you need additional treatments such as tooth extractions or gum disease treatment, this will add to the overall cost of your Invisalign treatment. [1]

Your location

Invisalign treatment is typically more expensive in larger cities and metropolitan areas due to the higher cost of living. In Michigan, you can expect fair costs in Monroe and Jackson, while the average price in Detroit is significantly higher.


Your orthodontist’s fees

Orthodontists charge different fees for Invisalign treatment, so it’s important to do some research to find an experienced provider who charges a fair price.

The experience of your orthodontist or dentist

Highly experienced providers tend to charge more for their services. However, you can be confident that you will receive quality care from our team of skilled and experienced dental professionals at Pinnacle Dental Group.

Your dental insurance

Many dental insurance plans cover Invisalign treatment, so be sure to check with your provider to see if you are eligible for coverage.

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What Makes Up The Cost of Invisalign Treatment?

The total cost of your Invisalign treatment will consist of the following:


Cost of aligners


Orthodontist or dentist fees


Cost of any additional treatments (e.g., tooth whitening)

Cost of  Aligners

The cost of your aligners will make up the majority of your Invisalign treatment cost. The price of your aligners will depend on the severity of your misalignment and how many aligners you will need. Aligners are priced per unit, so your total dollar payment will depend on the number you need.

Orthodontist or Dentist Fees

The next biggest cost associated with Invisalign treatment is the fees charged by your orthodontist or dentist. These fees will cover the consultation, X-rays, fittings, and adjustments made to your aligners throughout treatment. 

Cost of Additional Treatments

In some cases, your orthodontist may recommend additional treatments in addition to Invisalign. These treatments could include things like teeth whitening, bonding, or gum contouring. The cost of these additional treatments will vary depending on the specific treatment being received.

The bottom line is that the cost of Invisalign treatment can vary widely depending on a number of factors. However, on average, you can expect to pay between $3,500 and $8,000 for your treatment, without factoring in dental insurance. If you have dental insurance, your policy may cover a portion of the cost of Invisalign. Be sure to check with your insurance provider to see if they offer any coverage for orthodontic treatments. [2]

Potential Additional Expenses During Invisalign Treatment

While Invisalign is generally a very effective and affordable treatment option, there are some potential additional expenses that you should be aware of. First, if your teeth are particularly crooked or crowded, you may need to have one or more “interproximal reductions” (or IPRs). This is a procedure in which your orthodontist will trim away a small amount of tooth enamel in order to create more space in your mouth. IPR cost (charged per tooth) will form part of your bill.

If you need any additional treatments during your Invisalign treatment (such as teeth whitening, bonding, or gum contouring), the cost of these additional treatments will vary depending on the specific treatment being received. 

Some dental insurance plans will provide coverage for Invisalign. If you have dental insurance, you should check with your insurer to see if they provide any coverage for Invisalign before beginning treatment.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is Invisalign cheaper than braces?

The cost of Invisalign is typically similar to the cost of braces. However, there are a few factors that can affect the price, such as the severity of your dental issue and whether you need any additional treatments.

How long does Invisalign treatment take?

Invisalign treatment usually takes between 9 and 18 months, although this can vary depending on the severity of your dental issue.

Does Invisalign hurt?

In general, Invisalign is not painful. However, you may experience some discomfort when you first get your aligners or when you switch to a new set of aligners. This discomfort is usually mild and goes away quickly.

What are the side effects of Invisalign?

The most common side effects of Invisalign are mild discomfort, soreness, and tenderness of the gums. These side effects usually go away quickly.

How Much Does Invisalign Cost Without Insurance?

Without factoring in insurance,  Invisalign treatment typically costs between $3,500 and $8,000. The exact cost will depend on the severity of your dental issue and the length of treatment.

How Much Does Invisalign Cost With Insurance?

With insurance, Invisalign treatment costs will be reduced based on the terms on your dental insurance plan. The exact cost will also depend on the length of treatment you require.

Is Invisalign worth the money?

Yes, Invisalign is definitely worth the money. The benefits of a successfully  treated dental issue will last a lifetime. Invisalign is also a much more comfortable and convenient treatment option than traditional braces.

How can I pay less for Invisalign?

There are a few ways to pay less for Invisalign:

  • Use dental insurance or flexible spending accounts (FSAs) to cover part of the cost of treatment.
  • Consider financing options through the dental office or a third-party lender.
  • Use a discount dental plan to save on the cost of treatment.

Is Invisalign tax deductible?

Invisalign treatment is not tax deductible.

Can you make monthly payments on Invisalign?

Yes. Here at Pinnacle Dental Group, we offer financing options for Invisalign treatment. You can also use a credit card to pay for treatment.


  1. How much does Invisalign® treatment cost? Official website of Invisalign.
  2. How Much Does Invisalign Cost? Forbes Health.